crontab -l -u <user> # To list crontab for the specified user
crontab -e -u <user> # To edit crontab for the specified user
Also user crontab files are stored in /var/spool/cron. You can see them all there. You can even edit them there with your favorite editor (which of course should be VIM
) but it using the above commands is probably best unless you're doing global edits.
Note that the hourly, daily, weekly and monthly special crontabs are in a different location (/etc/cron* on RHEL/Fedora/CentOS for example).